I recently had dinner with a couple of photographer friends. We had great food and conversations . . . not all photography related. Afterwards, one of my friends suggested a ride to Jones Island as we had been talking about the location during the evening. It's a commercial port, coast guard station, train depot, etc. all under the Hone Bridge.
Needless to say, there seemed to be a multitude of settings that caught my eye. It was night so it was dark but this area had a lot of interest. I need to study the location more and understand it's history and current use. There are public roads through this section but I have heard that the authorities patrol and try to prevent photographers from taking pictures. This involves a whole separate discussion on photographer rights, especially when on public roads.
I caught this image as we slowly drove through the area. While technically not the best (it is handheld at a slow shutter speed), it reminds me of a scene from a movie or TV show. The reflective light of the car in the foreground puddle shows promise.
Just a short drive from home, I need to explore this area further.